Who's Looking Out For You? - Chapter 9: Errors in Judgment Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9: Errors in Judgment Summary

The United States is a truly amazing place - unique in the world. It has its faults, but it is still the best country in the world. While fame and success are always hard to come by, the atmosphere here makes it possible for the "common man" to do it. Bill O'Reilly recounts that it took much work for him to rise to his level of success - it wasn't easy by any means. He learned to look out for himself, keep learning, stay disciplined, and not give up. He found his natural abilities while still young and exploited them. Even the act of appearing natural on TV had to be learned over the course of years. It is not magic that made many "stars" what they are today, just hard work.

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